Get all JIRA User Group names for a Project using Jelly

I need to get all the JIRA Groups that are members of a JIRA project using Jelly.

I can get the actual users GetProjectRoleActors. This also gives the users that are part of the group. But how can I get the Group name?

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This will do the trick:

<JiraJelly xmlns:jira="jelly:com.atlassian.jira.jelly.JiraTagLib" xmlns:core="jelly:core">
    <jira:GetProjectRoleActors projectkey="ABC" projectroleid="10001" var="roleactors" >
        <core:invoke on="${roleactors}" method="getRoleActorsByType" var="groups">
            <core:arg type="java.lang.String" value="atlassian-group-role-actor" />
        </core:invoke>
        <core:forEach var="actor" items="${groups}">
            ${actor.group.name}
        </core:forEach>
    </jira:GetProjectRoleActors>
</JiraJelly>

Of course, you'll need to specify your own project key in place of my 'ABC', and you'll need to use the correct projectroleid in place of my '10001'.

David,

Is there a similar way of getting just the Users in a particular role and getting their User Ids. I am trying the below script, I get the users but they are in the form of [user1:1] How can I get just the user name? I tried actor.users.name, actors.users.id.

<jira:GetProjectRoleActors projectkey="ABC" projectroleid="10002" var="roleactors" >
	<core:invoke on="${roleactors}" method="getRoleActorsByType" var="usernames">
		<core:arg type="java.lang.String" value="atlassian-user-role-actor" />
	</core:invoke>
	<core:forEach var="actor" items="${usernames}">
		Testing: ${actor.users}
	</core:forEach>
</jira:GetProjectRoleActors>



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Perfect! Thanks

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To get users you need to do the second loop because {actor.getUsers()} is a Set.

<core:invoke on="${roleactors}" method="getRoleActorsByType" var="users">
  <core:arg type="java.lang.String" value="atlassian-user-role-actor" />
</core:invoke>

 <core:forEach var="actor" items="${users}">
   <core:forEach var="user" items="${actor.getUsers()}">
     Name: ${user.getName()}, Display Name: ${user.getDisplayName()}, Email: ${user.getEmailAddress()}
  </core:forEach>
</core:forEach>

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